Buermann Hill (2006)

Buermann Hill was conserved by the South Hero Land Trust and the Lake Champlain Land Trust in 2006

The Gateway to South Hero

Buermann Hill, conserved in 2006, consists of 33 acres of conserved farmland and woodland along Route 2. The property has exceptional scenic value, providing panoramic views of Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains for travelers heading east. Buermann Hill adds to a continuous block of conserved land extending south to the Landon Farm and Round Pond Natural Area. Thanks to generous easement donations from the Buermann family, the land and views will remain open and undeveloped. The property will remain in agricultural use by landowners Bob and Ann Buermann, who own Paradise Bay Farm, a sheep and wool operation on Kibbe Point.

Buermann Hill was conserved in partnership with Lake Champlain Land Trust, who holds the conservation easement on the property.

Check out Paradise Bay Farm in the Champlain Islands Grown Guide to Agriculture HERE>>

Dan Kirk